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there accused of wrongdoing. hundreds of people sick and dead in kansas city. have you been to kansas city, the place where this woman works. >> i haven't yet been to kansas city. in part because i have been trying to minimize the amount of travel i do. i have met virtually with the staff. i'm aware of the issues out there. i do want to go out and learn more about it. but i also know that we are leaving that facility. >> reporter: kansas city regional facility marry, received bonuses despite hiring a quarter million dollars pr firm to respond to my investigation and allegations of misleading congress. in today's hearing, the inspector general called the commissioner out of control. >> again, i would have to go back and look. >> reporter: do you consider her an out of control commissioner for those acts and that quarter of a million dollars pr contract? >> i'm not going to try to defend what happened with that pr contract or any of those issues out there. >> reporter: although he answered questions from us and senators, he staid on point. he is at gsa to fix problems. the bonuses we exposed
their intention to their next opponent, the kansas city chiefs. k.c., no match for the san diego chargers today, losing 37-20. hope the ravens get conditions like they had today in kansas city. a beautiful afternoon. san diego philip rivers finds eddie royal for a four-yard touchdown connection. 7-0, san diego. second quarter, chiefs with a huge hole trailing 20-0. jamaal charles starts right and hits the reverse, gets the block from his quarterback matt cassel, kind of a block, enough of a block and springs him 37 yards for a touchdown, 20-7. chargers still in front. fourth quarter, chargers keeping k.c. from getting close. rivers to jackie battle, the former chief in the end zone for san diego. the bolts take it 37-20 over the chiefs. kansas city falls to 1-3. stay with us. john is back with your seven-day foreca >> the big rain day is tuesday. the rest of the stuff should be ok. >> right to the point. thanks for joining us. see you back here tonight at 11:00. >> this is a wbal tv 11 editorial with president and general manager. >> baltimore shows up on a lot of best and worst lists but the c
from new orleans. kansas city rallied from 18 down and won in overtime 27-24. the saints are 0-3. jets and dolphins needed ot. nick folk for the win. it was blocked. wait a minute. miami called a time-out. rex ryan loving it. jets escape south beach 23-20 in ot. minnesota with something to ponder. christian ponder threw a pair of touchdowns, ran in another. vikings pulled off the upset of the day. the raiders stunned the steelers, scored 14 unanswered in the fourth. janikowski drilled a field goal as time expired. an emotional game for torrey smith. he lost his brother in a motorcycle accident on saturday. honored him with two touchdowns against new england. this one down to the pyre. the pats were up two. got it by the slimmest of margins. bill belichick was livid. ravens walked off with a 31-30 win. you can start calling denny hamlin the babe ruth of nascar. he called his shot guaranteed via twitter and went on to take the title. brandt snedeker's chip shot on 17 all by sealed the tour championship. that is worth $1. million. he also banked an extra $10 million for winning the fedexc
of this in the drought areas that need it in the midwest. the white on the map is lots of clouds. kansas city all the way back heading back into areas of new england. all the green on the map is a little bit of rain. a little radar tour will show you where we're dealing with the heaviest of rain. from oklahoma starting to clear out a little bit. we had stronger storms last night south of oklahoma city. this was welcomed rain. a couple of showers by lawsuton. from st. louis all the way south of indianapolis along the ohio river. all those locations need it. the wet weather in new england, very light. areas in vermont, new hampshire, massachusetts currently. from new york city to washington, d.c., your best chance of showers will be late today. not so much this morning where it should be okay. the southeast looks all right. just your afternoon showers and storms down there. an umbrella day. some areas are appreciating it. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >>> philadelphia today, also a chance of a shower or storm. much better chance of rain by th
's disappearance. >>> in other news this morning the catholic bishop of kansas city, missouri, has been found guilty of shielding an abusive priest. he waited six months before reporting that a priest had child pornography on his computer. he was guinn a six-month sentence. >>> an earthquake has shaken up beverly hills for the second time in a week. the 3.4 trembler struck just after midnight. fire officials are out checking for damage. >>> and a broken-off remnant of hurricane isaac that made its way back to the gulf has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical storm. the rejuvenated storm will likely be called nadine. it could bring in another wave of heavy rain and flooding from coastal areas, from louisiana to florida. katrina is the only modern example of a dissipated storm that reformed into a hurricane. very rare for this to happen. >> let's keep our fingers crossed for the gulf coast getting a break. >>> time, now, for weather from across the country as we start this weekend. scattered showers and thunderstorms from the gulf coast to the carolinas. hail, 70-mile-per-hour winds and also a c
, kansas city and charlotte. >>> back to the news this thursday morning. police in los angeles are still looking for two masked gunmen who kidnapped a bank manager from her home, as part of a very bizarre robbery plot. >> scary story here. authorities say they strapped what they said was a bomb to the woman's waist. and they forced her to order employees to take money out of the bank. the bomb squad disabled the device, which they say resembled an explosive, but was not. >>> the roman catholic bishop of kansas city faces a bench trial. bishop robert finn is the highest-ranking catholic official to be charged with shielding an abusive priest. his attorneys has decided to let a judge decide the case instead of a jury. a verdict is expected by day's end. >>> what started out as a fun bike ride turned into a near-death ordeal for an ohio teen. he fell into a creek and got sucked into a storm drain. by the time rescuers had arrived, the water carried the eighth grader 1,500 feet. they didn't think he made it. but when they called his name through a manhole, he answered. >> it was dark. it was
, it looks like they just swept through the can kansas city ar. and the lightning strikes in the north will sink down on top of you. we have tropical storm leslie out there. a large-sized storm, but it really nearly stationary, it's going to take five days, a slow-moving storm to drift up near bermuda. this could be a category 2 storm. a pretty serious hurricane for bermuda. lot of the large waves will head to the u.s. a bottom line for anyone in the eastern u.s., have the umbrella, tropical downpours this afternoon. >>> aid on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece of american airlines and the current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. your "first look" at the morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> another milestone for tiger woods, a pair of walk-offs out west and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching first look on msnbc. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios why? i thought
-atlantic. a little front trying to stall itself out here. showers in kansas city and thundershowers going through southern portions of alabama. looks like it should miss areas around louisiana and mississippi. if you're heading out to baltimore to redding to philadelphia, especially here in central new jersey, some really heavy downpours and those are trying to drift up here toward long island. so areas throughout no, during your early morning commute, you may deal with some heavy downpour. then we're dealing with leslie. it is still a tropical storm but it has strength rched a little bit. looks like possibly a category 2 hurricane by saturday. if it does we'll have pretty good upcoming waves and the rip current will be very high along the eastern seaboard. surfers will love it but it will be dangerous for anyone going to the beaches. showers along the air yas. look how hot it is still in texas. we'd like to get rid of those 100s. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in chicago, 87 degrees. the front is kind of stalling out just to y
's going to come up with the kansas city grid. this is that crisscross. she'll have the same in the field. joe saunders against adam laughy. looks like they're going to go to the hospital on thursday to deliver their first child so we'll cope an eye on that. we're also keeping an eye on tickets. tickets are completely sold out for the wild card and the playoffs. if you don't have your seat, you'll have to take your chances with an after market seral -- seller. we'll find out more about the counterfeiters who are working evertime. we'll tell you about bogus tickets, what they look like, the red flags and the battle to stay one step ahead of these scammers. >> counterfeiters want top dis-- want to replicate as many features to pass them to the and consumer as well as the date official. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00, the experts weigh in so you don't get scammed trying to get a seat for the post season. check out our website at abc2news.com for the amazing fan photo contest. submit a picture showing your orange pride and you can win a gift card to the zone. sign up on our home page in the sp
he hasn't personally done anything wrong. in kansas city, when the gsa was looking for a new business development specialist, mr. x, in hawaii, emerged as the perfect candidate. for $86,000 a year, he was on the federal payroll, living and working not even at the gsa's office right in downtown honolulu but from his home as a virtual employee of the kansas city office. >> now, mr. x has had to make 13 trips since he was hired which has cost taxpayers nearly $33,000. just in travel. now, remember, this is the agency whose mission is to monitor how much other government agencies are spending. it was created in the spirit of helping provide a transparent government for the american people. drew griffin from our special investigations unit has been trying to find out for months how much all this extra travel is costing. it's his voice you heard there. his report on mr. x. you have gotten delay after delay after delay, drew, from the gsa. but tonight some answers? >> reporter: yes, some answers. actually we got them earlier this week, erin, while you and the rest of america were focusing on
in kansas city trying to find a way to grind out a win. dan roan is next in sports. ot sfilodour sweetie, you have to scrub it first. no you don't, honey. yes, you do! don't! i've washed a few cupcake tins in my day... oh, so you're a tin expert now. whoa nelly! hi, kitchen counselor here. he's actually right... with cascade complete. see cascade complete pacs work like thousands of micro-scrubbing brushes to help power away tough foods even in corners and edges. so, i was right, right? i've gotta run. more dishwasher brands in north america recommend cascade. the sox did well again today and tonight they go against kansas city the world's have beaten them 10 out of 15 coming in. and tonight it was back to the normal formula of victory. a leadoff spot to the white sox and this is how you lead off a game right here, he crashed into the right-field bullpen and the sox have a one-nothing lead which they gave up in the bottom of the sixth. there was no question here devon floyd came right back with a shutdown and he went seven very strong tonight and he left with a lead t
moines, omaha and kansas city. hot and dry from the rockies to texas. >> triple-digits in dallas and phoenix. 80s from miami up to new york and across much of the midwest. >>> and when we come back, organic food is harder on your wallet. but is it really better for your health? >> interesting question there. >>> also, prince harry is showing the world another side, after his nude photo scandal. >>> and later, it's "live with kelly and --". after all the rumors, the real regis replacement takes a permanent seat today. >>> welcome back, everybody. some good news to pass on this morning. gas prices should be coming down. they were at their highest ever for a labor day weekend. the average is $3.83 a gallon this morning. the increase was fueled by a shutdown in oil production along the gulf coast. all of that thanks to hurricane isaac. there were also problems with refineries and a pipeline in other parts of the country. >>> when you pay more for organic foods, are you getting what it's worth? a stanford study finds no difference between organic produce and conventional fruits and ve
on thursday. now as far as themens, we are watching a frontal area work through kansas city from 31 on your wednesday down to 21 going into your thursday. and all along this front, we're going to be seeing some thunderstorm activity. even lightning could be pushing off there towards the southeast. behind it, cooler temperatures are going to be in place, frost advisories are in effect across the dakotas and over through montana. through those overnight hours bundle up. a lot of dry weather could be creating potential fire weather across the north here. down south of that front, look at oklahoma city and houston, both into the high 30s, so still remaining wrath summer like here for you. now over towards europe, we are watching a low pressure area across portions of the balkans and northern italy here, this is going to work its way east and as it does, some thunderstorms could be behind that. but see that big high come dominating much of the screen here? that's keeping things rather cool towards the british aisles here. off towards the north. see that blue working in you can see 80-mile-per-ho
. detroit can take sole position of first place. tigers trail kansas city 4-1. after a solo shot in the fourth detroit comes back. bottom half of the frame, two00 homer. makes it 4-3. later in the inning, austin jackson tie it up here. that's a solo home run. we go to the eighth inning, looks like detroit, hits it and into an inning ending double play. and the go ahead run comes home. tigers win it 5-4. take over first place. in the national league the cardinals trying to hang on for the second wild card spot. but the astros complicates those plans. houston breaks a ten game losing streak against the cards with a 2-0 win. former cy young award winner gagne has leveled serious accusations against his teammates. he claims 80% of his teammates on the l.a. dodgers were using performance-enhancing drugs. but he didn't name any names. in 2010 he publicly admitted to using human growth hormones. he said it ruined hit health, tarnished his reputation. when we come back on a thursday, is it the prequel to mona lisa. claims that leonardo davinci created this version of the iconic painting
through kansas city this area of moisture will move our way. any shower activity should be to the north and west of washington. you can see the clouds moving in. these kind of die out. most of us on the dry side. we will see more shower activity. but i'm not expecting a washout for any of them. friday looks like the best chance for rain across much of the area and that does not look like a whole lot at the moment. maybe a good idea to keep the umbrella handy. >> all the way through the day on saturday. >> not too bad. >> not bad. >> this is a day of atonement. >> nationals with a rude so the 9:15 meeting looks like it's going to start a little late... um, but i uh... (interupting) oh okay - okay yup that's fine. excuse me - sorry. yes! vo: from the new, to the hard to find: when it's on your mind, it's on ebay™. >> never. as you know well and doug knows we well. >> the braves won tonight on a walk off home run and they clench a play off spot. the nationals were not as lucky. >> brice harper is racing home. the gnats are getting closer but they are still down 5-3. same score in the bot
of kansas city very warm even into the overnight hours. once we head into the after nurns you will head into the temperatures in the triple digits 98 in kansas city, 83 degrees. quick stop one cold front across new england another one across the midwest. >> thank you so much maria. now to stories you can bank on this morning. if you have an iphone, ipad or ipod hackers say they got their hands on millions of unique user id's. joining us is lauren simonetti. this effects most of our viewers. >> members of the hacker group said they broke into a lap top and found it contained the id numbers of 12 million iphones i pads and i pods. they dumped that data on to the internet to show the world the fbi is using your device information and tracking you. fbi officials deny the claims and some security experts say it could come by data use and apps. >> auto lenders giving money to less qualified borrowers. >> sub prime borrowers like auto americas did. experienced research finds that a quarter of all loans to new cars sub prime for second quarter and half of them went to used cars. at the same tim
temperatures across portions of the midwest.l be th this afternoon in minneapolis. 91 kansas city and 90s across the state of texas. we are talking about dry conditions across the east with high pressure in the eastern half the country. nool the rockies light early this morning. quickly want to point out further west across portions of the midwest we have strong winds along with the dry conditions and hot temperatures. there is an el grated fire danger. >> maria molina, thank you. >>> the time is 10 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up, job creation. it has been the focus of the presidential election. but turns out the race could actually be hurting it. we will tell you what is holding the companies back from hiring. >>> a real and scary moment during the live broadcast of monday night raw. a member of the wwe family collapses live on the air. we will have that. you >> 14 after the hour. the white house is knocking down a report from the government accountability institute that finds the president missed his important daily briefing more than half of the time. >>> the president of
robert finn leads the diocese of kansas city, missouri. he was found guilty of one misdemeanor count for failing to report suspected abuse by one of his priests. lyaine quijano is in kansas city tonight. elaine. >> reporter: good evening, truly >> reporter: nearly a year after he was charged with failing to report suspected child sex abuse to authorities, bishop robert finn apologized. >> i truly regret and am sorry for the hurt that these events have caused. >> reporter: it was in 2010 that r nn first learned father shawn ratigan's laptop computer contained hundreds of lewd photos of children. very sm are very, very small children. they range in age from two to nine, and father ratigan was taking pornographic pictures of children both on church premises and elsewhere. >> reporter: bishop finn ordered ratigan to stay away from ildrenen. it was only after the priest repeatedly violated finn's rsders that officials alerted six ce. six months had passed. bishop finn argued he did not lave a duty to immediately tell police about ratigan's photos. jean peters baker was a prosecutor. >> we
and thunderstorms. right now we even have some of those by kansas city, sliding towards cl towards columbia and st. louis. and pennsylvania, heavier rainfall. it will a slow drive, especially areas of new jersey, new york city, on and off downpours throughout the day and airport delays are a possibility. now i mentioned the whole eastern seaboard has a chance of the showers and storms. the middle of the country is incredibly hot still. it's going to be about 100 degrees today in areas like texas, all the way through oklahoma, 90s from kansas city to denver. so it doesn't feel a lot like the beginning of september, it feels like july or august. but for you in charlotte and the rest of it on the east coast, definitely have that umbrella handy. you'll need it at some portion of the day today. >>> we appreciate it let's turn to sports now in a shameless bid to win over the crowd in charlotte, we begin with the single most important story in all of sports, the carolina panthers. they decide to leave for sunday's season open anywhere tampa a little early, late laer today to avoid the circus that is the
new mexico to montana. a slick commute in kansas city, louisville and cleveland. showers dampening roads in florida, from orlando to miami. >> if you're flying, weather-related airport delays are possible in denver and kansas city. >>> a disturbing story from southern california. four high school students have been arrested with allegedly sexually hazing. >> the alleged incident look place at a high school near l.a. those arrested were members of the cool's varsity soccer team. they're accused of sexually assaulting new members of the team with a foreign object. the coach, who is also a teacher at the school, has been placed on paid leave. >>> a suspect is being questioned about the brutal stabbing death of a south carolina couple on the island of st. martin's. the victims were found last week in their breech-front condo on the tiny island. the jamaican man who worked for the local security company is the only suspect in the case. >>> beachgoers in northern florida got a big surprise as huge bags of marijuana started to swim ashore. the authorities got in the choppy waters to recei
are possible in chicago, kansas city, dallas, houston and miami. >>> what you're about to see looked like a movie set. but this scene from los angeles, it was the real deal. >> pretty awesome. bank robbers there start throwing cash out the suv window, as they led police on a high-speed chase. people ran into the street trying to scoop up the bills. the 90-minute chase came to an end, when a heavy-duty pickup blocked the suv's path. >>> police announced an arrest in last week's bank heist where the bank manager was forced to turnover money from her bank. the suspect who was arrested and released on bail turns out, he's the bank manager's boyfriend. and police say other arrests are expected. >> all right. >>> questions about security this morning after the arrest of 18 people at new york's jfk airport. they're accused of running a massive theft operation in which $20 million worth of those tiny, little booze bottle were stolen from american airlines planes. they were allegedly stealing 7,500 bottles a day. all had access to tarmacs and airplanes. >>> and in tulsa, there is no sign of foul p
did not set out to be an actor. growing up in kansas city as the son of orthodox jewish immigrants, he made a name for himself playing high school football and was headed for a career as a reporter until a conversation with his journalism teacher. >> i wouldn't. he said why not? he said you can't make a living. oh, okay. okay. so i went on to become the overnight sensation as an actor that you see before you. >> reporter: in fact as asner told me in our conversation at a fame broadway restaurant, his assent was anything but overnight. after starring roles in college productions at the university of chicago, he dropped out to make it as an actor while supporting himself with odd jobs. >> my first job was in an auto plant in kansas city. they treated you like a slave. from there i went back to chicago, worked in steel mill, drove a cab stuff like that >> reporter: gradually he started getting parts in plays, film and tv. then in 1970... along came mary. mary tyler moore played an inspiring news producer with asner as her boss. he says he knew it would be a hit when they taped the first s
combined. pop in. stand out.la the sox are playing again in kansas city tonight and, and kansas city top of the second inning gordon beckham got it the socks taken to-nothing lead and a wild pitch with alex rios and he who hesitates is out no run for the socks there. bottom five, a great defense. gordon beckham out of nowhere to make the play. at the bottom of the ninth inning is still tied 3-0. it's a three tigers' lead end here we go again but detroit beat themselves again today with more terrible defense what is austin jackson doing out there in center field? over his head, a triple and two rbis. he messed up a couple of other place to and the a's win it across the board. he is still in hospital with an irregular heartbeat about to go home tomorrow this should make him feel better. he gets five in the inning to on the double by henry rodriguez. anthony rizzo delivers here but the reds win a 5-3 they sweep the cubs at wrigley washington has done it tonight to. i cannot imagine them not coming out sunday a great opportunity to reverse the momentum bryant or lacquer didn't practice come
as stiek as it gets. everywhere from, say, kansas city to chicago, especially the big cities of the east coast. it's oppressive air out there. it's a very tropical feeling. that's why it's such a warm morning, too. yesterday we got drenched in charlotte by a thunderstorm. it's still super humid. up to the north, there are areas of rain in massachusetts, boston a wet commute for you. philadelphia, your drive for the time being, we will see addit n additional showers. some of this will try to push into northern illinois. look likes it may fall apart before it gets to chicago. and happy news in oklahoma city, thankfully, finally some rainfall for you. it didn't hit everyone. weep been one of the driest out there. tra tropical storm leslie not going to affect anyone directly. this storm could be headed for the mayor i times. >> big buzz over apple. facebook falls once given and something kind of hard to picture -- a vegetarian mcdonald's. forced first look at business headlines is straight ahead. >> coming up, the new number one in college football, the chase is over and andy roddick is all
different but similar to fort or green in kansas city to read about all the uncomfortable black and white people living together in 2008 because i thought that might resonate. but there was too much back story to fill in, to explain how they got there. i figured i'd start from the beginning which was where i went to high school. a small suburb of birmingham, alabama x it is sort of the most defiantly white suburb of birmingham. we had the confederate flag as our official school flag. i have a confederate flag on my high school diploma which my wife will not let me put on the wall for many reasons. [laughter] so that was the first place i went when i started researching the book. and we had school busing that was mild effectiveness, you could say. and the first thing i did when i went back was to get on the bus because the busing program is still in place there. and i went to the principal, and i said would you let me ride the bus out to oxmore and back, and they said, sure. go ahead. and i met this rather incredible woman named alicia thomas who not only drove the bus, but was one of the
it is still dry. kansas city, though, a little cool, a little fall-like for this first official day of fall. 65 degrees in kansas city. minneapolis, though, only in the 50s today. certainly feeling like fall out that way. the west coast, foggy through seattle, temperatures in the lower 60s. into sunday, 70 again up into boston. we are looking at more scattered showers and storms through florida. 59 degrees in chicago. so that cooler air certainly moving into the northern tier of the country. 67, though, on sunday in kansas city. dallas, the rest of texas looking hot. we should top out in the upper 80s and lower 90s. we're still looking at very dry conditions through the northern plains and still have the potential for those dry conditions to spark some wildfires and perhaps spread easily. a little breezy out that way, as well. thomas? >> thank you very much. >>> new today, republican presidential candidate mitt romney is in california for fundraising events in hopes of regaining the lead in the all-important campaign cash category. taking center stage, more questions from last night's relea
of this game is going to be in a dark place. the kansas city chiefs are already there. the greg norman, they made it -- new orleans saints, they made it themselves. it's their own fault when they denied there was a bounty program in place and it went on for three years. i understand there were going to be problems there. we've seen this. sean payton is obviously, a major hole at the top of their organization. they'll win today, i think. this will be the highest scoring game between these two teams. scott pioli was brought in to run this franchise and right now it's on his shoulders that if they lose, he is going to be hearing it loud and clear if he hasn't already in kansas city. shannon: this is not the patriots midwest? boomer: no, without tom brady. shannon: exactly. when you look at the 2 of 0 teams, the philadelphia eagles and arizona cardinals, michael vick, won both ballgames by one point. they've turned the ball over nine points. the arizona cardinals defense is better than people give them credit for. they've given up two touchdowns the entire season the blueprint on michael v
airports newark flight departure delays severe weather possible kansas city, oklahoma city and dallas at home clouds around the bay right now not causing delays. if they do we'll have it and you can too. >>> 4:50. newest mars rover will get a check-up this morning in the middle of so-called brain transplant. nasa is holding a news cons at 10. rover landed on mars august 8th, scientists have been watching and testing curiosity to make sure it wasn't damaged during the trip to mars and during a software update that followed. >>> have you ever wondered why during rush hour nobody is rushing? the question the city of palo alto asked when they looked at traffic nightmare every morning and afternoon around some elementary schools. they are testing a new solution to that problem. >> reporter: class dismissed. for kids it is the best part of the school day. for parents waiting in this traffic jam, not so much. >> the traffic here is pretty outrageous at times scary. >> reporter: bill overton is the principal. a school built for 300 kids now holds closer to 600. more than half ride solo to and
investigation has led to indictments concerning the hiring of illegal immigrants. a prosecutor in kansas city announced the indictments an hour ago, allegedly a couple that owns two hotels in the area knowingly hired undocumented workers and pay them less than others. the prosecutor said the workers sought out the hotels. >> there are not transported here by them, they came by their own accord. like a lot of people in the service industry. you know, they approached these employers, seeking employment. >> the owners face one count of conspiracy and five counts of harboring an undocumented workers for personal gain and if convicted they could lose their hotels. >> a dozen people rush to escape an apartment fire south of county fairgrounds in san jose, one person now in hospital with second-degree burns and patrick's zedillo is here with how the neighbors came to the aid of one another. >> i thank god that we were able to get out of there alive. >> after 3:00 a.m., an apartment caught fire and neighbors jumped into action. >> i put him in his wheelchair. >> she was the first to help her friend,
. kansas city in the short term, and at least back toward st. louis we'll see the better chances late this afternoon. so, we'll track that front moving eastward. high pressure here in the northwest. the only real thing it's doing, aside from the dry conditions, is it is kind of increasing the fire danger, especially across at least a few areas in the washington cascades. aside from that, a lot of clear skies this morning, some low clouds, especially closer toward the california coastlines and the central coast. notice the showers the next 48 hours really well out to the east. that's at least one of the things to keep in mind. we're looking for a pretty decent day today and there's a look at the red flag warnings in through this evening, at leastp pressing 103, fresno 99. so, looks like an absolutely beautiful thursday across the area. we'll check in on friday coming up. >> look at all that sunshine in california. they have all the luck. >>> waiting on the fed. why omany people are saying no to bank accounts. and the end of blissful ignorance at mcdonald's. your early-morning business
: this is interesting. aaa calculates that if you're driving from atlanta to kansas city in a 2008 toyota van, you'll pay about $190 in fuel. same vehicle from new york to chicago, about $200. from spokane to palm springs about $358 in fuel. the good news, gas prices aren't expected to stay this high. as refineries start switching to a less expensive winter blend, their inventories will come back up. gas prices, it's hoped, will start to go back down. >> between thanksgiving and christmas, the national average may drop to the mid $3.00 range. certainly some areas could drop even lower than that. >> reporter: in the short term, getting around is going to cost little more. tom costello, nbc news, bethesda, maryland. >>> up next, one of the country's most famous zoos changes the whole experience with a walk on the wild sing. ♪ wild thing >>> hall david has died along with his partner burt bacharach. he wrote dozens of songs that included "raindrops keep falling on my head," "close to you" and "that's what friends are for." they also wrote popular songs for movies and tv. he died of complications fr
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